October 13th, 2014
The Kane Area School District will observe their annual Pink Week all this week. Many different activities and fundraisers are planned through Friday, Oct. 17.
The Kane volleyball team has been wearing pink socks all month to show support and raise awareness of breast cancer as are members of the KHS and KMS cross country teams.
HAZEL HURST â€“Hamlin Township is looking for a replacement for Terry Morgan, who has resigned as one of two employees with the township road crew.
Township Supervisors Jim Trussell, Joni Britton and Dave Okerlund accepted Morgan's resignation Monday at a board meeting in Hazel Hurst.
Rick Keesler, foreman, is the only other member of the township road crew. Morgan's resignation takes effect Oct. 25.
The supervisors plan to hire a full-time employee who would handle the Hazel Hurst sewage treatment plant and the Lantz Corners Sewer District as well as duties with the road crew.
Less than a month ago, the Kane boysâ€™ soccer team made the trip to Port Allegany to take on a talented Gator squad and got beat soundly 9-0. Monday afternoonâ€™s rematch in Kane proved just how much the Wolves have improved as they played with the Gators for all 80 minutes before dropping a 5-3 decision.
Both teams had scoring opportunities early but neither could cash in until the Gatorsâ€™ Eli Knapp scored on a direct kick after a hand ball just outside the box. Knappâ€™s kick was just out of the reach of diving Kane goalie Tyler Schleicher with 18:44 left in the first half.
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When she was a youngster, Dawn Myers Moore of Mt. Jewett spent a lot of time in kitchen.
It was there in the homey kitchen that her mother, Kathy Myers and her late grandmother, Nancy Hipchen of Hazel Hurst introduced her to the joy of cooking. They taught her how to cook and eventually gave her the opportunity to prepare the main meal for the family.
â€śI loved cooking from that point on,â€ť Moore said.
Her love for cooking has led Moore to experiment with new recipes.
In an evenly matched opening set, the Kane Lady Wolves battled the Hubbers to scores of 25-22 for a split in the Kane Varsity Volleyball Tournament.
"Smethport has a nice middle blocker and we had to really work around her," said Kane head varsity volleyball coach Judy Kessler. "We passed fairly well most of the set but got into a little trouble in the last third of the second set and just let the game get away from us.â€ť
The first Kane disc golf scramble was held Saturday, Oct. 11 at Evergreen Park on the Milton Craven Disc Golf Course.Â The field of 17 teams navigated the course on a picturesque fall day. The team of Andy Bundy and Matt Sirianni won the event with a score of 50 while second place team of Chris Cummings and Chris Udovich was second with a score of 51.
Forrest F. Hayes, 78, a native of Wilcox, died Friday evening, Oct. 10, 2014 at The Lutheran Home at Kane, where he was a resident.
Born April 22, 1936 in Ridgway, he was the son of Cecil E. and Evelyn F. Hollobaugh Hayes.
A peacetime veteran of the U.S. Navy, Forrest was a security guard for Wells Fargo in Los Angeles, and belonged to the VFW Post #1132 in Kane.
The Kane Wolves lost a hard-fought 7-6 game with Curwensville on Friday night in a battle of 5-1 teams. The Wolves had won their previous game on a last minute field goal against Brockway and appeared as though they might have some last minute magic again. It didn't happen, however, as the Tide got a turnover with just over three minutes left in the game and got a couple crucial first downs to run out the clock and preserve the victory on their home field.